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50 Potential Investment Opportunities to Participate in the New Golden Age: Part Three

2012-06-21

Research Articles

Introduction In parts one and two of this three-part series I presented a case that focused on the long-term potential for a bright future of economic strength and growth.  Moreover, I pointed out that I felt that the best of what our economic future holds goes mostly ignored, in favor of a focus on our […]

The US Economy Sitting on the Threshold of a New Golden Age: Part Two

2012-06-13

Research Articles

In part one of this multipart series on the US economy I offered the following basic opinion: The majority of the positive aspects underpinning the US economy are being mostly ignored by mainstream media in favor of the smaller, but more titillating, negative aspects. Consequently, I believe that many Americans, and since this is an […]

Yes, They Do: Low Interest Rates Do Make Stocks Cheap

2012-04-26

Research Articles

Introduction: Pessimism Is For Losers I’m inspired to write this article because I am so frustrated by the plethora of all the so-called expert market prognosticators that continuously bombard the public with negative forecasts. I consider this to be both erroneous and irrational.  When the markets are doing well, we are immediately inundated with articles […]

A True Investor’s Most Important Performance Measurement

2012-04-16

Research Articles

Although most people either fail to realize it, or simply refused to accept it, every stock portfolio has two separate and distinct performances.  The first, and in my opinion, the least important, is stock price movement.  If you buy a stock at $10 a share and it goes to $15 a share it’s a good […]

Oracle Is Too Cheap To Ignore Any Longer

2012-02-16

Research Articles

Within the world of investing exists a dichotomy that has often befuddled and confused us. On the one hand, we have investors that are interested in becoming owners of some of the most profitable and rapidly growing businesses on the planet. And, on the other hand, we have the trader mentality where the sole focus […]

Prof. Schiller and CAPE, Maybe Correct Generally, But Specifically Wrong: The Market is Currently Cheap

2011-10-12

Research Articles

Introduction Many well-known stock market pundits to include the likes of Henry Blodgett point to Professor Robert Shiller’s cyclically adjusted PE ratio or CAPE to make a case that the stock market (S&P 500) is overvalued.  According to Prof. Shiller, the long-term average PE ratio (CAPE adjusted) for the S&P 500 is approximately 16.  And […]

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